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Sinistro, 'Relíquia'

For the lonely, Portuguese doom-metal band offers a drop-dead gorgeous piece of saudade, accompanied by a black-and-white video featuring a blissful transgender character.

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The National's Matt Berninger and Menomena's Brent Knopf team up in an intimate setting that highlights the former's resonant voice and the latter's playful piano.

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First Watch: Parlour Tricks, 'Broken Hearts/Bones'

Parlour Tricks draws romance and free expression out of the mundane aisles of a supermarket in the video for "Broken Hearts/Bones. "

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The Arcs

It's our 500th show at the Tiny Desk, featuring The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach and the new band he started with Richard Swift, Homer Steinweiss, a Mariachi band and more.

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Wolf Alice

Wolf Alice's music can be noisy and primal, but at the Tiny Desk it showed a different side, as it performed three songs from 2015's My Love Is Cool.

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Brazilian Girls, 'The Critic' (Live)


Watch the worldly, danceable band perform a new song, "The Critic," from its first album since 2008.

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Watch: Dr. Dog, Live At World Cafe


Watch the adventurous Philadelphia rock band premiere its new album, Psychedelic Swamp, in a live webcast on Thursday, Jan. 21 at 4:15 p.m. ET.

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Pinkshinyultrablast, 'The Cherry Pit'

The Russian shoegaze band alternates thunderous pop and astral highlife funk in a radiant video shot in its hometown of St. Petersburg.

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River Whyless

The North Carolina band uses a typewriter for rhythm, a toy piano for whimsy and a harmonium for mood, as well as a gong, multiple odd percussive accents and subtle guitar effects.

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DIIV, 'Yr Not Far/Dopamine' (Live)

Watch the Brooklyn guitar band segue from "Yr Not Far" into "Dopamine," a frank song about addiction.